Agree. I was answering in terms of the mix ratio. And on that subject, let's ignore the break-in factor - If I may read between the lines of the "yes or no" required response.... deacon could be asking: If I don't change my jetting at all and make my pre-mix more oil lean ("1/35 instead of 1/20") will I make more power? Here's some thoughts:But Pablo....hill climbing WILL get better after break-in. Slightly.
I'll add that the vibes will subside somewhat too.
Being an (ex) turbo car guy I used to believe that oil in gas kills the octane, big time - and it IS true for 4-stroke engines, especially with regular (crankcase) motor oil. But 2-stroke engines and 2-stroke oil, not so much. Some of the oil does combust, but a good oil drops out of the vapor mix very near the top of the compression stroke, to seal and lubricate.I am running the 1/20 break in mix. I was hoping for a little better gas mileage with the 1/35 mix simply because the octane should go up. More combustion with the thinner mix. It is well within the mfg recommendations for the engine.
If there was no difference in the power/mileage, why would there even be two mixes. That was my thinking.
Wow - such juicy topics for the morning! On all the stroke engines I have owned over the years, I never monkeyed with the mix for break-in and after break-in. Indeed these bike engines look pretty crude and I suppose the extra oil is to help carry away the high/rough areas (asperites) as they wear away. BUT here are my controversial comment:i think part of it is your engine is not broken in yet. you will know when it is. i always heard this on cars and motorcycles but never noticed any difference. on these little 2 stroke engine you will notice a big difference. don't be in a big hurry to change your oil fuel mixture. stick with the recommended is my advice.